Apple quietly updated the iPod lineup with a new 16GB variant of the 5th generation iPod touch a few days back. Following an initial first-look at the device courtesy of a YouTube video, folks at iFixit have got their hands-on the new device, and have posted a detailed teardown.
Apple launches new 16GB iPod touch with Retina Display, A5 chip, FaceTime HD for $229, lacks rear camera
Apple has just launched the 16GB model of the 5th generation iPod touch.
When Apple launched the 5th generation iPod touch last September, it was available in 32GB and 64GB models for $299 and $399, and continued to offer 16GB and 32GB models of the 4th generation iPod touch for $199 and $229 respectively.
The lawsuit accused Apple of not respecting the one-year standard or two-year extended warranty, denying customers repairs or replacements for faulty devices claiming that they’d suffered water-damage.
When you push the limits, boundaries, and conventional wisdom with a device, you’re bound to hit a few snags—even if the idea is really awesome. FreedomPop’s iPhone case/data device they have been showing off at CES is stuck in the FCC approval process because nothing like it has ever been done before.